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Keon Lyn answers the call at cornerback for Syracuse University football |
"I really wasn’t expecting to play, but then Ri’Shard went down," Lyn said. "I knew it was time to go, so I just had to man up." Man up, he did.

Harris completes odyssey with Orange - YNN, Your News Now
Three years after arriving as a walk-on linebacker, SU fullback and co-captain Adam Harris has become quite a success story at Syracuse.

Emotion filled the Carrier Dome in Syracuse University's first football game after 9/11 |
The roar was deafening. And the crowd joined in to sing the national anthem like never before. I had a lump in my throat and tears in my eyes trying to say the words to "The Star-Spangled Banner" in the press box. It was a moment I’ll cherish and never forget.

Syracuse University football punter Shane Raupers got the job done in his college debut |
"After that I got to the sideline and (backup punter and kicker) Ryan Lichtenstein is always talking to me, trying to keep me in the game, keep my mind right," Raupers, a junior, said. "He’s like, ‘You got the first one out of the way, got a good bounce on it, 46 yards, you gave the defense good field position. Who cares how the punt was? You got the first one out of the way.’ After that it was kind of a weight off my shoulders. Just go out and do your thing."

Syracuse University Athletics - SU Men's Soccer Match Versus Adelphi Postponed
The Orange’s men’s soccer match against Adelphi scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 8 at the SU Soccer Stadium has been postponed due to inclement weather in the area and poor field conditions. No make-up date has been announced.

Big East predictions: Week 2 - Big East Blog - ESPN
Rhode Island at Syracuse, 4:30 p.m., Saturday, ESPN3. The Orange need to have more consistency out of their offense and defense after an uneven performance in Week 1. Playing an FCS opponent should help before they go on the road to play USC. Syracuse 40, Rhode Island 10.

Video: Big East's most thrilling players - Big East Blog - ESPN
Players from the Big East talk about who else in their league they get a thrill watching.

Andy Rautins helps keep Canada's slim Olympic hopes alive |
The victory kept alive Canada's slim hopes of playing in the 2012 Olympic Games. To secure a top five finish in the FIBA Americas, which would put it in next year's Olympic play-in event, Canada must beat Panama on Friday and hope that Venezuela loses to Uruguay.

Orange Watch: Opening against a FCS opponent | The Juice Online
All Orange fans would likely agree that despite the fantastic fourth quarter comeback and OT win over the ACC’s Demon Deacons to put a big, fat smile to the start of Doug Marrone’s third-year of rebuilding, a team with a lot of inexperience on defense and newcomers at key special teams spots might have been better off getting its feet wet against week two, FCS opponent Rhode Island.

Three Idiots on Sports: Rutgers Al Rides Again
In the video below, a subdued Al previews the RU team with his characteristic belief that Rutgers SEC talent and is just a few breaks away from winning the national championship.

Three Idiots on Sports: Syracuse Orange: The Most Arousing Color on Earth
I was on Amazon tonight buying Drew Magary's new book the Post Mortal when I decided to see if there were any other items I'd like to add to my shopping cart. That's when my eyes were assaulted with these

2011 Big East Positive Impact Factor: Week One - Big East Coast Bias
Ryan Nassib stands out for playing well above his career average of 35.8. Only Nassib and B.J. Daniels played BCS competition in their first game of the season.

Syracuse Wednesday Morning Quarterback: Wake Review and RI Preview | Bleacher Report | Bleacher Report
The Wake game may have left some feeling elated and optimistic, but in reality the game may have raised far more questions than answers. looks like I am about to actually "find" Billy Edelin - Searching for Billy Edelin
Last night, after a few months of long-winded conversations with the always cordial and likeable William Edelin Sr. - who, two years after first hearing about SFBE, finally decided to reach out to me to see what my deal was - his eldest son gave me a call to see how a meet and greet could be a mutually beneficial occasion/

Some more footage of Syracuse's win over Wake Forest last week.